|State Mine Inspector of Arizona|
|Term length||Four years, can serve four terms|
|Website||Arizona State Mine Inspector|
The Arizona State Mine Inspector is the inspector of active and inactive mines in the state of Arizona, in the United States. It is an independent, constitutionally mandated office, elected by the people of the state to a four-year term.
Arizona has 600 working mines and an estimated 120,000 abandoned mines. As of 2013, the state had only 4 employees who actually inspected mines. Arizona is the only state with an elected mine inspector in the country.
In 2006, former inspector Douglas K. Martin was convicted of a felony conflict of interest from the illegal use of state vehicles and theft.